The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is one of Samsung’s slowest devices to hit the market after its official announcement. The tablet got released in a handful of regions at first, and months after its debut, it keeps cropping up in additional markets for the first time. Taiwan is a good example. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE has yet to hit the shelves in this market, but Samsung announced today that the tablet is going on sale in a matter of days.
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE Wi-Fi will be available in Taiwan from September 3. Customers will have the option of buying the device from Samsung’s stores or partner retailers for NT$15,900 ($575). They can also choose to buy the tablet bundled with the keyboard cover for NT$18,900 ($683). If purchased separately, the two products would cost a total of NT$21,890 ($791).
In Taiwan, the tablet ships with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, and as yet, there’s no word on other storage options or an LTE variant. However, the tablet offers great battery life, excellent speakers, premium build quality, DeX and other productivity apps, and it ships with an S Pen in the box. Check our Galaxy Tab S7 FE review and best features list for more info.